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London Grammar - Rooting For You
Jan 02, 2017
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Breaking three years of silence following their stellar debut album If You Wait, UK trio London Grammar, known for their spine-tingling melodies and moving soundscapes, is kicking off 2017 with a new track and video called "Rooting For You."

The track sees the trio expanding on the sounds which defined them: Hannah Reid's warm, haunting vocals are front and center, ringing out with no accompaniment whatsoever (save for a little reverb) for two full minutes. Sweeping orchestral chords and additional melodic layers soon ring out, but they remain subtle and nourishing, simply embellishing Reid's intimate performance rather than drawing attention away from it. 

London Grammar has quite the challenge ahead of themselves; their debut release blew up so fast, and immediately determined them a signature sound -- a blessing or curse depending on what happens next.

With "Rooting For You" it seems like the band is readying fans for an album which is poignant, considered, and utterly emotion-driven, which is almost certainly what every London Grammar fan has been waiting three years to hear.

Keep an eye out for more information about London Grammar's sophomore record soon.



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